This fun, no-prep digital Christmas escape room game is designed to be used to review sentence grammar for your upper-middle or high school students.
In this digital Christmas activity, your students must battle the clock and the dastardly Easter Bunny to save Christmas from ruin.
Students must complete sentence structure questions to find the naughty-or-nice list and Santa’s Christmas Eve travel itinerary.
In the full version of the game, students review the following sentence structure elements:
- Subject and object
- Phrases and clauses
- Dependent (subordinate) and independent (main) clauses
- Loose, periodic, and balanced sentences
- Dangling modifiers
Students do not need their own devices; they can work in pairs or small teams. This Christmas activity can be used in the classroom, or you can assign it to students learning from home.
**Please note that the game does include mild and playful crude humor and allusions to (but no actual) swearing/cursing. Please preview the game to ensure that it is appropriate for your students and school.**
- Link and password to the digital Christmas sentence elements escape room. This will give your students access to the full version of the game.
How to use:
- Provide your students with the link and password to the game.
- Set them loose.
- For students to ‘win’ the game, they need to complete the questions correctly.
- You can also easily differentiate the game based on age or ability levels by prompting students to choose the difficulty level at the start of the game.
If you enjoyed this product, other products you may find useful include:
- GameWise's Christmas parts of speech escape room free demo version.
- GameWise's full version of the Christmas parts of speech escape room.
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